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Classified: The Class Action Blog

Learn what's happening in class action litigation and appeals throughout the country.

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PropertyCasualtyFocus Blog

PropertyCasualtyFocus covers legal and regulatory developments for participants in the property-casualty industry.

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Real Property, Financial Services & Title Insurance Case Law Update

Real Property, Financial Services & Title Insurance Case Law Update is a weekly hyperlinked summary of selected real property litigation cases for real property litigators and practitioners.

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I Object! A Blog on Preservation of Error

Trial counsel, appellate counsel, and in-house counsel who manage litigation will benefit from insights into how they can preserve their record and avoid pitfalls commonly seen from an appellate perspective.

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Reinsurance Focus

Reinsurance Focus covers reinsurance and arbitration news.

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This Week's Florida Appeals Court Decisions

This Week's Florida Appeals Court Decisions is a weekly hyperlinked summary of selected civil and criminal cases presented by the Appellate and Trial Support practice at Carlton Fields.

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The Tax of Life Blog

The Tax of Life Blog covers the latest developments in domestic and international U.S. federal, state and local tax law, as well as areas of the law that affect the tax practice, such as entity selection and probate issues.

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On Our Radar

A periodic look at interesting decisions from the U.S. courts of appeal.

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